More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. investigator: 11 million North Koreans are undernourished (Lederer, 10/22).

Devex: Donors launch a new club for social enterprises (Cheney, 10/24).

Global Health NOW: Intimate Partner Violence Deters Breastfeeding (10/23).

Globe and Mail: Polio, propaganda and public mistrust: In Pakistan, vaccine workers have three diseases to fight (Farooqui, 10/24).

IPS: Nutrition — the Best Investment for a Developing Africa (Bafana, 10/25).

NPR: Hospitals Around The World Have A Dire Shortage Of Blood (McDonnell, 10/22).

NPR: Which Countries Do Best — And Worst — At Keeping Big Tobacco Out Of Politics (Aizenman, 10/21).

Reuters: ‘White death’ in Argentina: The hunger of poverty feeds tuberculosis (Druscovich, 10/24).

The Telegraph: Chained to a tree for 40 days: Afghanistan’s shrine to ‘cure’ mental illness (Glinski, 10/22).

Xinhua: Libya’s health ministry condemns attacks against hospitals in southern Tripoli (10/25).

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